Tag: developmental skills
Plus, red flags that merit a call to the doctor.
Developmental milestones are physical, cognitive, social, and emotional skills that babies achieve as they grow and develop. Rolling over, smiling, crawling, and more are all considered milestones, and it’s pretty exciting when you see your infant accomplishing these skills.For their baby’s first
It’s time to retire those gender-limiting rules set by society.
Kids learn best when they're playing–and they should be able to play with any toy they want. Changing people's mindset is not going to be easy, but if every home lifts these gender limits, we may finally be able to achieve gender
Your baby's first year is a critical windown to develop and nurture his fine motor skills.
Fine motor skills are any action that makes use of the hands, from gestures like grabbing objects to more precise activities that involve hand-eye coordination. These skills are crucial to your baby's development because he will need it to complete tasks such
Here are the everyday things you can do to get your little learner ready for school!
Dr. Joselyn Eusebio, a developmental pediatrician at St. Luke’s Medical Center in Quezon City, describes a school ready child with the following characteristics or skills: he is able to recognize letters, number, and colors, and knowing self-help skills such as eating, dressing up, or
A parent's guide from the ADHD Society of the Philippines
Malikot. Makulit. Madaldal. Hyper. Antukin. Tulala. Laging late. Hindi nakikinig. Hindi natututo. These are words you dread because these have been used to describe your child for the longest time. And it’s not that people are using these to hurt your child.
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